ITEM # N115 C.S. Tongue for the " Richmond Arsenal " Sword Belt Buckle. Tongue
shows Crude Southern Craftsmanship. This one is often called the
( Bar Style ). Recovered near Brandy Station, Va.
ITEM # N25 U.S. / C.S. Cavalry Stirrup. This one has great metal and is in super nice
condition. It has been cleaned and coated. Dug Winchester, Va.
ITEM # N64 U.S. Cavalry Cast Brass Boot Spur. This one is in excellent dug condition
with great Patina and Rowel. Early dig but have no provenance. Great
ITEM # N40 Dug ' Pewter ' Ring. Interesting Ring with it's Mid-Evil appearance. Band
appears to have no seam. Dug in the Confederate Trenches. Henrico,Va.
ITEM # N51 " S.N.Y. " State of New York Belt Plate. Battle weary and
missing hook this one still has Eye-Appeal. Excavated
long ago from the ' Five Forks ' Va. Battlefield.
ITEM # N36 Triple Marked Pistol Cartridge Box. Box has some flaking to the outer cover
but leather remains very pliable with tight stitching and rivets. This one is
marked ( J.Davy & Co Newark, N.J. T.J.Shepard and U.S. ) Nice Box.
ITEM # N56 Confederate Cavalry Frame. Great looking Frame Buckle. Nice woods dug
Green Patina without defects of any kind. Buckle is figure VIII-4 in Plates
and ' Buckles of the American Military by Sydney Kerksis ' . Plate is the
Thin Style and the rarest of these Plates. Dug near Bovina, Miss.
ITEM # N91 " Dug C.S.4 " Confederate Cavalry Spur. By far the nicest I have had to
offer in a while. The Rowel is free turning, condition is Superb.
Excavated Winchester, Va.
ITEM # N65 Dug Wreath for the Two Piece C.S. Sword Belt Buckle.
Recovered from Dinwiddie Co, Va. Bar measures
1.913 outside 1.610 inside. Wreath measures
1.937 outside 1.242 inside
ITEM # N11 Georgia militia Coat Button. Great button. Smooth brown
patina with no problems. This one is really nice.
Excavated Virginia Campaign.
ITEM # N45 1/6 Plate Ambro Type of what appears to be a U.S. Dragoon or Artilleryman in
Uniform with Shoulder Scales, Eagle Buckle and a Fat Colt in His Belt. One
bad looking cat. All appear to be in Very Good condition.
ITEM # N37 " Triple Marked " Cavalry Carbine Sling Buckle. Nice dark plate and
a really good strike. The tongue's are froze in place. Recovered from
ITEM # N74 Austrian Gun Tool. Recovered near Fredericksburg, Va.
Nice dug condition.
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ITEM # N114 Carbine Sling Buckle. Great looking ( Double Marked ) Buckle. Recovered
near Fredericksburg, Va this one has a stamp you can see from across
the room and a nice dug patina. Buckle is marked
( E.Gaylord Chicopee Mass & T.J.Shepard ).
ITEM # N13 U.S. Buckle or Cartridge Box Plate. This one has been " Melted Out "
likely for field casting bullets. This was often done when supplies
were low. Plate has been cased and ready for display.
Excavated Virginia Campaign.
ITEM # N43 Cavalry " Picket Pin " Crude made pin and believe it to be a Confederate
Copy of the U.S.Pin. I have had several styles of these pins but never one
this crudely made. The U.S.Pin at left is for comparison. Excavated near
ITEM # N22 Candle Holder. Non - Dug and really nice.
Out of a Northern Va, Estate.
ITEM # N21 Dug " 1858 Jeff Davis Hat Pin ". Great Hardy Hat insignia with a smooth Dark Brown
Patina.You can't find them like this anymore. Excavated Western Theater.
ITEM # N124 Dug U.S.Poncho Hook. Hook is super nice condition and loaded with gold.
Don't believe you can find one nicer. Excavated Virginia Campaign.
ITEM # N84 " Sixth Plate Daguerreotype." Plate appears to be a U.S. Officer wearing
Shoulder & Belt Plates in a beautiful " Gutta Percha " case.
ITEM # N34 " U.S. Cavalry Cross Sabers ". These were broken when dug. 75 %
were recovered in three sections and make a nice display.
Excavated Northern, Va.
ITEM # N105 Coin Silver 'I'D Shield.( Pvt. J. Good H Co 87th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry ).
John Good Enlisted Sept 19, 1861 in York Pennsylvania
at the age of 19. Discharged Oct 14, 1864 Expiration Of Term.
Noted Engagements : Mine Run, Wilderness, Cold Harbor, Petersburg,
Winchester and others. Recovered by Robert Goodwyn in Petersburg, Va.
The attachment pin is missing. Post War info has not been pursued.
John Good survived the War for 3 years and would surly have stories to tell.
ITEM # N57 U.S. / C.S. Cavalryman's Stirrup. Iron " Boot Stirrup " in nice
excavated condition. Dug near Aylett, Va.
ITEM # N12 " Dug " Artillery Cannon Primer. This one still has the
wire attached. Excavated Northern,Virginia.
ITEM # N88 " Iron Stud " U.S.Buckle. Scarce buckle and not encountered often.
Recovered near White House Landing,Va. Buckle has iron studs
full lead back and section of Belt Leather remaining. Nice !!.
ITEM # N108 U.S. Eagle Shoulder Belt Plate. Great looking plate recovered many
years ago from the Battle Of Petersburg, Va. Nice Example.
ITEM # N104 Parrott White Metal Time Fuse Adapter.Good condition with
nice threads. Recoverey unknown.
ITEM # N23 U.S./C.S. Hat Letter. This is the small letter and has the lead
filled back. Attachment wire intact. These were used in
combination. Example 12 VA
ITEM # N76 U.C.V. Reunion Badge. Houston Texas 1920. Nice condition.
ITEM # N48 Snake Portion to an English Snake Buckle. I believe most of these
were imports for confederate usage but are known to have been
used by both armies. This one shows signs of heavy wear and is
the Single Head with scales pattern throughout. Nice condition.
ITEM # N77 U.C.V. Reunion Medal. Macon Georgia 1912. Great condition.
ITEM # N61 Confederate Cavalry Spur. Great looking spur dug in New Kent, Va
by Denis Pemberton. Spur has a nice green woods dug patina.
ITEM # N24 Dug 1834 U.S. Non Commission Officer's Plate. Great looking plate with all
hooks intact and really nice dug condition. Smooth face and full lead
back. Plate was recovered many years ago from the Union Camps
near Fredericksburg, Va.
ITEM # N2 Ohio Volunteer Militia Belt Plate. Great looking buckle dug with hooks.
Buckle has a slight under curve which can be seen in the photo and is
non distracting to this scarce plate. Excavated N. Virginia.
ITEM # N102 Brass Revolver Pocket Mold. Nice ( Dug Condition ) Pistol mold in what
appears to be about 31 Cal. Untouched, Uncleaned, As dug, Double
Cavity Mold. Unsure if mold is marked. Recovered by Bruce Deem
in a camp near Charles City Court House, Va. This piece will make a
nice addition to a Dug Revolver display.
ITEM # N73 Confederate " Medium Wishbone " Frame Buckle. Another scarce
buckle and equally as rare as the Baby Frame. No defects or repairs
of any kind. Recovered from Fredericksburg, Va.
ITEM # N78 Heart " Roller Buckle " Cover. This is the large Buckle Cover
and is in nice dug condition. Recovered Virginia Campaign.
ITEM # N10 Double Cavity Revolver ( Round Ball ) Mold. This one appears to be about
36 & 31Caliber. Mold is in excellent condition. Out of an Orange Co, Va
ITEM # N20 * Southern Cross Of Honor * Great condition with a nice aged
patina. Badge is unmarked. Attachment pin remains in place.
ITEM # N3 1864 Naval Watercap Fuse with ' N.Y ' Stamp. Uncommon fuse. N.Y.
representing 'New York Depot' scarcer example of this 1864 fuse.
Fuse has a small push to the top flange. Nice condition.
ITEM # N83 Regulation Company Hat Letter F. Great condition without breaks,cracks
or repairs. Excavated near Fredericksburg, Va.
ITEM # N79 U.C.V. Badge. Atlanta, Ga. 1919. Badge displays Gen. J.B.Gordon
on Horse. Great condition.
ITEM # N27 Frankford Arsenal 1864 5 Second Fuzes. Package is unopened
and in great condition.
ITEM # N90 Confederate ' Large Wishbone ' Frame Buckle. Also known as the
' Fork Tongue ' in excellent dug condition. Beautiful dark green
patina without defects or repairs of any kind. Great example dug
by David Manuel in Richmond, Va.
ITEM # N106 Confederate ( Georgia Frame ) Waist Belt Plate. Excellent condition plate with
great patina and no problems of any kind. This one has a nice green patina
and is a great example. Sweet !!!. Excavated Orange, Va.
ITEM # N62 U.S. Navy ' Mustard ' Jar.' Rare and Scarce ' bottle. Uncertain if this is
a Water or Pit recovery but remains in great shape. Verbal
provenance of Norfolk, Va.
ITEM # N42 1841 Musket Gun Wrench. Great non-excavated condition.
ITEM # N29 Dug 1834 U.S. N.C.O. or Bayonet Belt Plate. officer's Plate in great condition
with all hooks remaining and smooth face. Plate was excavated
many years ago and has the look. Provenance Unknown.
ITEM # N86 U.S. M -1851 Enlisted Man's Saber Belt Plate. Nice looking plate and
marked " U.S. Allegheny Arsenal " Excavated Stafford Co, Va.
ITEM # N63 U.S. Cavalry ' Bit Boss ' or Rosette. This is the variant with Stippled
Face and Period between U.S. Excavated Virginia Campaign.
ITEM # N72 Confederate " Baby Wishbone " Frame Buckle. Scarce buckle, and great
dug patina. Recovered from a C.S. Infantry Camp in New Kent Co, Va.
No breaks or repairs
ITEM # N87 Virginia Style C.S. Tongue & Wreath Sword Belt Buckle.
Great looking buckle excavated from Brandy Station, Va.
Brandy Station or ' Fleetwood Hill ' was the largest cavalry
battle of the Civil War. Plate was dug together and is an
excellent example with matching patina and fit. It will be hard
to find one nicer.
ITEM # N31 Bullet In Wood. 69 Cal. Round Ball in a section of " Heart Pine " wood.
Clean and ready for display. Excavated near Charles City C.H., Va.
ITEM # N54 1842 69 Cal. Socket Bayonet. Great looking bayonet with very light
pitting and rust to the metal. Likely an early battlefield pickup or
barn recovery. Clear U.S. Stamp. Out of a Northern, Va Estate.
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ITEM # N55 U.C.V Medal. 1906 New Orleans. Nice condition, missing pin.
ITEM # N28 U.S.Regulation Hat Letter ' A '. Great excavated condition. No cracks
,breaks or repairs. Dug in the Federal Camps at Brooke Station Va.
ITEM # N30 U.S. M -1851 Enlisted Man's Saber Belt Plate. Great looking plate with patina
and eye-appeal. Plate has a good portion of the " German Silver " Wreath
intact. These were worn by Artillery as well the Cavalry. Great Plate..
Excavated Northern, Va.
ITEM # N59 Confederate Saddle Shield. This style is often found embossed
with the letters " C.S. ". This one is unmarked. Nice excavated
condition from Dinwiddie, Va.
ITEM # N35 ' North Carolina Militia Coat Button'.Condition is excellent with lots of
Gold Wash and no problems of any kind. Variant with " Iron shank "
which are always missing. Solid button in all regards.
*S.A. Myers / Richmond, Va. BM.